Illinois no-tiller takes on the challenge of creating a new planter from a worn-out model and ends up with a like-new planter for about a third of the retail cost.
Strolling through his dealer’s lot, Paul Butler had his eye on a new no-till planter. But, no matter how hard he pushed the pencil, he couldn’t justify the purchase. “A new model with the features I wanted was going to cost $28,000 to $32,000,” Butler says. “I couldn’t afford that expense.”Read More